Mission Trails Regional Park Day Camp

Presented by the Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation

During the holiday break, on Monday, December 19 through Friday, December 23, the Mission Trails Regional Park (MTRP) Foundation will offer a Day Camp program for children in second through sixth grades.

Themes for camp include: Who’s home for the Winter? Surviving the Cold, Winter Solstice, Interesting Invertebrates, and much more! Campers will take to the trails, play games, make crafts, conduct science experiments, and develop friendships.

  • Daily hikes and nature exploration with the opportunity to learn about animal and plant adaptations, the unique biodiversity of Mission Trails, and Kumeyaay culture.
  • Crafts, science experiments, and games, including traditional Kumeyaay games.
  • Engaging talks with guest speakers including a live hawk demonstration with Bob Gordon and Native storyteller Cathleen Chilcote Wallace.
  • Camp will be held from 9AM-4PM
  • Registration $300 with a 10% sibling discount with code: sibling10%
  • Only 30 spaces are available, so register TODAY!

Monday, December 19 through Friday, December 23, 2022
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Campers must be in grades 2-6
Fee: $300 per child; 10% discount on sibling fees with code: sibling10%

Register for MTRP Day Camp

Day Camp Contact
Alissa Lustgarten, Lead Educator
Mission Trails Regional Park Foundation
alustgarten@mtrp.org
619-786-5127

Day Camp Locations
(Days at each to be determined. Parents will be notified.)

Mission Trails Regional Park Visitor Center
One Father Junipero Serra Trail
San Diego, CA 92119

AND

Mission Trails Regional Park Kumeyaay Lake Campground (Map)
Two Father Junipero Serra Trail
San Diego, CA 92119

You will be required to complete and sign a copy of the Waiver and Release of Liability form when you drop off your child on the first day of camp.  If you will be sending your child with medication, please complete the MTRP Day Camp Medication Form and bring it with the medication on the first day of camp.


Day Camp Policies

Insufficient enrollment may result in cancellation of day camp. Full refund will be given for such cancellation. Refunds will otherwise not be available and the registration fee will be considered a donation to support the park.